The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1938 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 16,1938 x 1 x X I X I X 1 X I X March of Progress Special Bargains Wednesday and Thursday Only x ffll X 1 X II X 1 X 1 X X II X I X I X 11 X Nit X II X Treat Yourself to a New BROOM Special! 25c 15 Inch sweep. Made of good grade broom corn, 6 sewed, with wire bound neck and green en ameled handle. A big value. Ge yours today. Part Linen ! KITCHEN TOWELS Gay Flower Patterns! 10c Brighten up your kitchen with these 16x27 inch towels. They'ra perfect for gifts, too. Green and gold or red and black. See them today. MEN FRANKLINS W. V. Sutler, Owner ALGONA DAYS Wednesday & Thursday, Aug. 17 -18 Make Our Store Your Headquarters Meet Your Friends at THE COAST-TO-COAST STORE Brooms Regular 39c value I9c SrnPHnt Regular $1.39 value 98c gal. JOHNSON'S Glo-Coat %pt. free with ea. deal 49c pint Milk Pails 131/2 qt. galvanized Me I7c House Paint Coast-to-Coast Store quality, reg. 2.65 grade Z.I9 gal. Varnish 4 hr dry, reg. $1.75 val. I.O9 gal. 2 ST. JOE PEOPLE FRACTURE ARMS St Joe: Casper Kohlhaas broke his right arm last Wednesday evening. He lost his balance white unloading ground feed from his r S?orman Kayser, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kayser, fell from his pony last Monday, crack- Ing a bone in his left elbow. Spend* Week End Richard Thul from a business college in Des Moines, spent the week end with relatives here. Returns After Visit. Ambrose Wlaschen returned Monday evening from a ten day visit with relatives and friends In Cednr Rapids, Nebr. Buys New Car Mrs. Susan Berte is driving ft new Chrysler purchased last week. Whlttemore People Visit Mr and Mrs. Nick Reding and Mary Jane and Bob from Whittemore were Saturday evening visit ors at the Ted \Vagner home. Will Work In Dakota Adolph Kass, Alfred Faber, Math Frideres and Dick Marso left on Wednesday evening for the harvest fields in the Dakotas. Sylvaria Haupert of Fort Dodge was a visitor at the M. T. McGuire home. Anna Kayser returned home on Saturday evening from a two weeks trip in Minnesota. Roger Bormann, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Bormann, had his tonsils removed last week. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Wilmes of Armstrong were visitors on Friday at the George Thul home. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fuhrmann of Algona were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Fuhrmann in St. Joe. Mrs. M. T. McGuire and children have been spending the past several weeks at Lake Okobojl. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zeimet and family from near Swea City spent Sunday visiting with relatives and friends here. Sister M. Ursula from Sioux City is visiting with relatives and friends here. Sister Ursula is a sister of Mrs. Joe Stattleman. Mr. and Mrs. John Gelshecker and family left Tuesday morning for a trip through the Black Hills and Yellowstone National Park. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Kramer and family spent three days with John Brass at Breakenridge, Minn. Mr. Brass is an uncle of Mrs. Kramer. Anna Altman from Livermote is at the John Erpelding home caring for the Erpelding children during Mr. and Mrs. Erpelding's trip to Denver, Colo. Clarence Smith (Smithy) startsd work this week for Conrad Kohlhaas. Smithy has been working the past several months for the Wagner brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ernst and ALGONA'S CITY LIBRARY SITUATED IN LIBRARY PARK Mr. and Mrs. John Erpelding left Tuesday mroning for Denver, Colo., to visit with Rev. Henry Ernst, a brother of Mrs. Erpelding and Mrs. Ernst. BURT MUSICIANS HEAR KING BAND Burt: Members of the Burt band were taken in the G. P. Hawcott truck last Tuesday evening to Fort Dodge, where they heard a concert by Karl King's famous band. Ten members of the Bancrfot band were also In the group. The Burt band has been giving concerts on the street each Wednesday evening dur- Ing^Jje summer. On account of the Centennial celebration in Algona, there will be no concert on Wednesday evening. Mechanical Show For Progress Days One of the most interesting exhib. itions at the March of Progress carnival will be the Kugler mechanical show according to Major Leslie T. Snul, secretary of the Algona Chamber of Commerce. The show, owned by Harrv Kugler of Clear Lake, Is a reproduction of a barnyard scene in which about fifty miniature animals, machine* and men move about propelled by electricity. The show is tentatively scheduled to be located on State street in front of Kresensky's store. This exhibition is one of the many entertaining attractions which have been signed for the street carnival of the March of Progress days, Wed- day and Thursday. Did you know—That the building of the first capltol helped break the first bank in Iowa? Terrible If True 4:50x21 tire,<and 4:50x21 tube, both Motor Oil SAE 30-40 or 50 SScgal. Bo)V or GlrU' Bicycles Standard balloon tires 11.9S Linseed Oil 79c gal. Turpentine SOc gal. The above with paint orders only COAST-TO-COAST STORE JOE BLOOM Cowles Family Gone Democrat? John D. Zug In "Backstage Politics": When big decisions are made, Iowa's governors often enlist confidential advisers. Political speculation of the week is over conference held by Gov. N. G. Kraschel with Gardner (Mike) Cowles, Jr.. of the Des Moines publishing family, when gubernatorial decisions on Newton strike developments were in the making. Observers wonder whether Cowles has assumed or will assume a like relationship to the Kraschel administration which Will Riley. prominent Des Moines democrat and attorney, held with the Herring administration. Riley was chiof confidential nd- vise,r of former Gov. Clyde L. Herring, but has been out of active politics since fcofore 1936, except foi a little help to the Gillette cause ir> the recent pr'mary. Republicans have considered the Cowles family, Gardner, St., and sons. John and Gardner. Jr., as nominally republican, but there were no G. O. P. expressions of surprise over the attendance of Gardner, Jr., at the closed Kraschel conference last Wednesday. They indicated they knew of "some" Kra«chel- Cowles relationship before the press was getting wind of It First press accounts followed the Wednesday conference, after which Cowles acted as spokesman for the governor, releasing his orders and statements. A state official who would not be quoted by name had a new s^nt on Wallace-for-president trial balloons this week. He said the Wallace peo pie, if they have presidential nomination hopes for the Des Moines man, must keep Iowa J democratic this fall in order to hWve the necessary home-state power in a 1940 democratic convention. •/•/n MELLOTONE WALLS callers at the Jim Doocys. Mrs. Jerald Godden spint Thursday and Friday at Algona visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earl Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Lentsch, Mrs. Alma Johnson, Ed and Elmer helped Art Johnson celebrate his birthday Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bahr, Mr. and Mrs. EmII Bahr and son, Lyle and Arline Ornie of Granada, Minn., were Sunday evening guests at the Clem Dotsons. •PER-MIU w cast get it urith STANDARD RED CROWN GASOLINE GET SOME FROM YOUR STANDARD OIL DEALER lhA0uc)k tk» UlantCLL> Portland Club Met Portland: All members of the Portland Peppy Pals club attended achievement day last Tuesday at Bancroft. at Graham's School Prints Good quality • New Patterns • New Colorings • 36 Inches Wide 10c yd. ;•$! A striking array of gay prints J * for school dresses that boasts high quality at a low price. They stay fresh looking. They tub like new. For School Wear GirlsSlips Durable AQf Rayon f«Jv. Well made of rayon taffeta, bod- Ice top, sizes 10 to 16 years. Childs, Misses, 1A 1C,, «,.lmnl ni.L-1r.fs iv-lJV. ARMSTRONG NEWH Cd&H ui on lUont-fid Give your walls new charm and give your rooms new Kyle and character with LOWE BROTHERS MELLOTONE Fiat Wall Paint. Its pastel shades form an effective background for furniture and draperies. And its soft, velvety finish is perfectly adapted to the multi-color effects produced by a combination of two or more of its beautiful colors. Mellotone is easily clcaucd with lay clean- ing compound of recognized quality. Let ut help you (elect color schemes which harmonize with the character of your roomi. Stop in and see Loue Brothtn Pictorial Color Chart and be sure of results before a brush is lifted. Choose color combinations from actual painttd repro* f/uctionf of charming interiors andaiuacuvo exteriors. F. S. Norlon &. Son I'lioiic li'J!) Algona, lowi IT'S NOT JUST A GASOLINE PHILLIPS 66 is custom tailored to match the weather in this locality month after month throughout the year. It is custom tailored to match your weather more closely than any other gasoline. In the summer this means a cooler running motor and more miles per gallon. A mileage test will convince you. Try a test tankful. Visit In Ea*t Seneca Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Reecc of Waterloo are spending the w<-ek at the Geo. Patterson and Maurice Jensen homes. Marjorle Moore was a guest last week of Mary Patterson. Jean Looft was a week end vU- tor with Phyllis Hammond, Sweii City. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Looft were Sunday visitors at the West Bend rotto. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Doocy were Sunday evening callers at the Sigurd Olaens. Lester Denton and family spent Sunday afternoon at the Bill Haacks near Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith were week end guests at the Henry Larsons, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gardner were callers at the Ernest Devarys, Swea City, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ullestad an-J sons of Ames spent last week at the Jens Halversons. Mrs. Vern.p Hawbaker and son of Dickens spent Thursday afternoon with the Harley Hoecks. Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Olsen and children were Sunday afternoon HARM'S OIL CO. INDEPENDENT DISTRIBUTORS, ALOONA, IOWA F. R. Haldeman, Bulk Station Agent Phones 41 or 297 Safety Sam Says Driving with one hand is like walking in the dark. You're taking chances on not getting where you intend to go. MOTOB Tl'NE-UP Your motor U good to you. Be good to it Drive in for a check of all working parts. Play safe. Wm. 0. Dau Oarage Towing Service Repairing, lender and Body Work Paiattag 125 M, Dodge Phone 185 Silk Hose 39c Knee-high for Misses. Garter- top—smart new fall shades. Child's, Misses' Panties 25c Buy a lupply for ichool wear Made of Run-resist rayon. Size 4 to 14 years. A Grand Array of Colorfxil School D resses Fast color print fabrics in Bolero, Princess, Belted and Jumper models. Sizes 3 to 14. Spec- cial group at 69c Misses Styles Boys' Big Yank School Shirts Sizes 8 to 16 years A group of becoming fall style for the school miss. Fust color fabrics in patterns that are new and different. Grahams' March of Progress Days Are Here, Wednesday - Thursday Visit this store these days, see and buy the many special bargains offered these days only. Big Top ' Pencil 2 for Pencil in.2 I ir Boxes — 1U *•**• Library 1A« Tube Paste __ 1WC Fountain Pen Ink .School Scissors 7Vac. Pilling OJip Pens, each ***v i Mechanical (Lead Pencil _ •Short or |L1A|. Mong leads **"*vv Erasers, Two for 5c lOc Loose Leaf Fillers Theme Paper Binders Mechanical Pencils Combination OC^, Pen, Pencil.. *"*• Crayolas, C(> colors **** Crayonex, (J colors , Crayolas, 16 colors Ilytone Ink Tablets Carter's Blue Ink lOc 19c lOc 5c LUNCH KITS With Vo'pint vacuum bottle, strong metal constructed box. 1 10 Green, red or blue *»1«F BIG CHIEF TABLETS 55 gheete 115 Sheet* 5c lOc Big size specially made for the Graham Store*. Lunch Boxes with tray Heavy boxes for long service Bright colors 25c Mickey Mouse Lunch Boxes Regular 48e value 29c Boys' £|| Overalls . wC Department Stores Hickory Stripe Durable fabrics for school

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